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NO REAR

   Posted by: pastordiehl   in Uncategorized

Historian Shelby Foote tells of a soldier who was wounded at the battle of Shiloh during the American Civil War and was ordered to go to the rear. The fighting was fierce and within minutes he returned to his commanding officer. “Captain, give me a gun!” he shouted. “This fight ain’t got no rear!”

Have you ever felt like that soldier? He felt there was no safe place, no place to retreat or hide. Sometimes life throws one attack and disappointment after another at us. That’s the time to press in toward God. Satan’s attacks can discourage us. The world can be as relentless. But God will never let us fall without helping us back up again. Draw close to Jesus, because this fight ain’t got no rear.

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Kerry Dickey
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amen never give up as John Wesley faced trials we see from his diary about staying the course: Sunday morning May 5th, preached in St. Annes. Was asked not to come back anymore.
Sunday p.m. May 5th preached at St Johns. Deacons said Get out and stsay out!
Sunday May 12th a.m. preached at St.Judes, can’t go back there either!
Sunday May 12th p.m. preached at St George’s, kicked out again!
Sunday May 19th a.m. preached at St.somebody else. Deacons called special meeting and said I couldn’t return!
Sunday May 19th p.m.preached on the street, kicked off the street!

September 14th, 2011 at 12:03 pm
Kerry Dickey
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Sunday a.m. May 26th preached in meadow, chased out of meadow as bull was turned loose during service!

Sunday a.m June 2nd, preached on the edge of town, kicked off the highway!
Sunday June 2nd afternoon service, preached in a pasture, over 10,000 people came! Go after God, as no one can hinder your race. It doesn’t matter how other people might noit recognize your ministry. Pursue God. All in Love Kerry D.

September 14th, 2011 at 12:09 pm
Jim & Cindy Smith
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Amen!! This is so true. It takes time but God is continually teaching us and bringing us to a new level, making us better servants and the learning never stops. Praise God for the bad times, when we get through them with Christ we come out on the other side much better and stronger and more able to help others!!

September 16th, 2011 at 9:59 am

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